> Compared to ColdFusion, ASP-database web pages can create an awfully
> confusing mess, depending on the programmer's approach. As a tech writer
> who's done some ASP programming, I'd like to know if there are any
> recommended protocols for documenting ASP programming so the next person
> will not have to spend a lot of time trying to deduce everything from
> code with no overview or guidelines.
> I know there are database modeling tools, like ERwin, for complex
> databases. But, even with relatively simple databases, ASP can get
> convoluted (again, depending on the programmer).
> Does anyone know of a source? Does anyone have opinions on the best
> approach to documenting ASP?
If you're still looking for an approach to documenting ASP, you could try
out the Unitix Site Documentor, which can be downloaded from
It might make your job a bit easier.